Beauty Secrets

Beauty Secrets The Great Recession Reality TV Luxury Cosmetics And A Basset Hound Named Botox What Do All These Things Have In Common They Re All Essential Story Components In BEAUTY SECRETS, A Sexy Romantic Comedy Novel, Written In A Style Best Described As Jennifer Weiner Meets E L James Amanda Brown Is A High Flying Cosmetics Executive For Revina Corporation, The Oldest And Most Venerable Cosmetics Company In America She Comes From A Good Old Money Family, She Went To Swarth, And She Lives In A Beautiful Penthouse Apartment In NYC S Meatpacking District But She S Only Successful On The Surface Like Many New Yorkers, She S Also Financially Overextended Her Parents Are Dead, Her Trust Fund Is Gone, And When The Great Recession Hammers Her Company, Like Millions Of People Across America She Suddenly Finds Her Job Hanging By A ThreadEnter George Watson, A Hedge Fund Manager And Self Made Man From The Midwest Who Swoops In From Indiana To Rebuild Revina Corporation From The Ground Up Even If He Fired Everyone Else At The Company, He Decides To Keep Amanda On For Her Expertise The Two Of Them Are From Different Worlds, And They Can T Stand Each Other But That Doesn T Stop Them From Having Wild No Holds Barred Sex On Their First Meeting For Reasons Neither Of Them Fully UnderstandBut This Is No Ordinary Corporate Takeover, And The Unlikely Romance Between George And Amanda Is No Ordinary Love Story It Involves Corporate Greed, Undercover Investigative Reporters, A Sleazy Reality TV Producer Who Puts George And Amanda S Sexual Relationship On National Television, Dark Family Secrets And A Dog Named Botox

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 311 pages
  • Beauty Secrets
  • Jill Elaine Hughes
  • English
  • 24 March 2017

10 thoughts on “Beauty Secrets

  1. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  2. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  3. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  4. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  5. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  6. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  7. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  8. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  9. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

  10. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley for a copy in exchange for an honest review Unfortunately, it pains me to say I did not finish this book I tried keeping at it, even reading until 50% mark, but it was agonizingly slow I think that happened in the way it was written, almost very clinical like, with no passion, too much focus on little stuff, and not enough to endear me to the plot or importantly the characters To read in the above blurb that author is a cross between Jennifer Weiner and E.L James is really a very bad gross generalization that is a negative reflection on those two authors work The heroine was vapid and uncharacteristically had spur of the moment sex which seemed to be over and done with in minutes and back to business as usual with a stranger and her manager no less Just a general lacking of feelings and likeability Much time spent on business analogies, which me being in that world, I don t mind learning from, but it wasn t incorporated to intrigue, only to fill up space it seemed I did skip ahead to the end, and much of the same, so think that continued past the 50% where I gave up at Just not my cup of tea.

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